June 26, 2019:
It is with great sadness that we have been notified of the death of Fr Rodney Fereday.
Rodney has served the Chaplaincy as Locum here in Lanzarote on several occasions and we offer his widow Josey our sincere condolences.
I am sure those of you who knew him will be deeply saddened by this news. We give thanks for his ministry and friendship. May he rest in Peace.
Yours in Christ
Canon Stan Evans – Chaplain
As part of the Church of England Diocese in Europe, in the Canary Islands, our aim is to serve the English speaking residents and visitors to the island of Lanzarote, with regular Sunday services at Puerto del Carmen, Playa Blanca & Nazaret.
We are a parish with a mission as we seek to further God’s Kingdom on our islands, in fellowship with our sister churches here. We aim to work closely with the other churches, to offer a united and friendly welcome to people from all over the world, and we are blessed to have so many visitors to our worship. This brings to us a wonderful diversity of culture and language in which we rejoice and give thanks to God, for the diversity of His creation. We are blessed too, to have a regular congregation, who support the ministry and mission of the Chaplaincy.
Whether you are a long-term or new resident, a regular visitor, or simply here on holiday, please be assured of a very warm welcome at all our services and events. We love to hear from visitors who have shared worship with us, and do let us know if you are thinking of joining us for worship when you come on holiday to Lanzarote. Our website contains lots of information about us, and whom to contact.
Your prayer for our work is important to us, and if you would like someone added to our Intercession list whilst you are here, please let one of the Ministry Team know.
Our regular services:
Puerto del Carmen, every Sunday, 12.30 pm
Playa Blanca, every Sunday, 5.00 pm
Nazaret, 1st Sunday, 10.00 am
Please have a look at the letter which is on the website of the Diocese in Europe: 2019 European Parliament elections: Bishop Robert writes to UK Cabinet Minister